blue and white wild rose meat plate



| $140 USD | €119 EUR

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Wild Rose Meat Plate L1


A large blue and white meat plate, Wild Rose pattern.
The Wild Rose pattern was very popular from the 1830's to the 1850's. The name describes the floral border design.
The main scene is of Nuneham Park, at Nuneham Courtenay just outside Oxford. The grounds, landscaped by Capability Brown around 1780, were amongst the most popular of all 18th Century gardens, and the Wild Rose pattern was used by many blue and white potters.
Condition - one small chip to top near edge at about 3 o'clock, staining to top and discolouration to underneath.
Literature - The Dictionary of Blue and White Printed Pottery 1780 to 1880, Volume 1, by A W Coysh and R K Henrywood, pages 399 and 400.
15.75 inches high, 12.25 inches wide, 1.5 inches deep (40 cm high, 31 cm wide, 4 cm deep)
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Internal Ref: Wild Rose Meat Plate L1


Height = 40 cm (16")
Width = 31 cm (12")
Depth = 4 cm (2")

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